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Illegal Alien Beats Baby To Near-Death

By Greg L | 21 October 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 53 Comments


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  1. Patty said on 21 Oct 2010 at 2:21 pm:
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    Another illegal alien who supposedly comes here for a better life and yet injures another. To you who support the presence of illegal aliens: Did you ever consider that these illegal aliens may have committed crimes in their own country?

    Rapes of children and now a beating of a baby……incredible!

    I’m sure that after he finishes his sentence (if he gets one) ICE will release him back into the community and also protect his privacy.

  2. anklenipper said on 21 Oct 2010 at 5:54 pm:
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    Violent and non-violent crimes committed by illegals are in the news everyday it seems. What the bleeding hearts should keep in mind is that these are only the ones that get caught.

    “only here to better themselves” I guess it’ll be true for this pile of ****, he’ll get three hots and a cot for at least a year and then a free ride home all at the taxpayers expense. Not to mention the support from liberal groups.

    To bad the prison populations are in his favor….

  3. Jack said on 21 Oct 2010 at 6:21 pm:
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    Don’t you understand? If he had been legalized, he would not have had to live such a stressful life in the shadows, and would not have lashed out at this child. He is as much of a victim as the child.


  4. Just the Facts said on 22 Oct 2010 at 6:34 am:
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    Where was he working? The employer and politicians who look the other way when their Chamber buddies and campaign donors hire illegals are just as much to blame.

  5. Just the Facts said on 22 Oct 2010 at 7:03 am:
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    Greg - do you have any way of finding out where this low-life, Morales and other criminal illegals worked? Is that information ever in the criminal reports? I want to start boycotting any and all businesses that avoid taking reasonable measures to avoid creating opportunities for illegals to come here, especially the ones who murder nuns and assault babies. Our elected “leaders” aren’t going to do it so we need to take it on ourselves.

    Murder nuns and assault babies. Still, nothing effective happens because it might hurt someone’s bottom line and dry up some campaign contributions.

  6. Fed up said on 22 Oct 2010 at 8:02 am:
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    A store owner in North Carolina killed one who came into his store and tried to rob him:


    Both have been confirmed to be in this country illegally.

  7. Doug Brown said on 22 Oct 2010 at 10:17 am:
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    But they also want your vote:


    Who supports OneAmericaVotes and their use of illegals to get out the vote?

    Check out this group, (Catholic Clergy please notice Planned Parenthood support):

    You think any of these organizations get Federal funds? I know they do. We are funding Democratic voter drives throughout the country. Heck, in KC they are actually importing Somalis to vote in local elections. Why do you think the Dems put up a community organizer as president? Welcome to the frontlines folks.

    Communities of Color Coalition
    Community to Community
    Iranian American Community Alliance
    Literacy Source, A Community Learning Center
    Lotus Law Group
    Minority Executive Directors Coalition
    NW Federation of Community Organizations
    NWIRP- Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
    OrangeGerbera Inc.
    Planned Parenthood Votes Washington
    Public Interest Law Group, PLLC
    Puget Sound Welcome Back Center, Highline Community College
    SEIU 775
    SEIU Local 6
    Skagit Immigrant Rights Council
    Tacoma Community House
    The Washington Bus
    UAW Local 4121
    Vietnamese Friendship Association
    Washington CAN!
    Washington Defender Association’s Immigration Project
    Win/Win Network- Progress Alliance of Washington

  8. Cynic said on 22 Oct 2010 at 11:56 am:
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    Midterm elections -Bet those scum illegals helping to get out the vote for the democrats in Washington (Seattle area) will be rewarded with citizenship if the democrats keep the House and Senate.

  9. Doug Brown said on 22 Oct 2010 at 12:55 pm:
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    Funny you should say that, see what Virgil Goode just wrote in Human Events:


  10. Doug Brown said on 22 Oct 2010 at 12:59 pm:
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    I meant to add that it probably won’t matter whether they keep the House and Senate or not. Amnesty is coming one way or the other.

    Legistively or administratively, it’s coming.

    Thank you Frank Wolf and the FBI for sitting on your bums and doing nothing.

  11. Cynic said on 22 Oct 2010 at 2:03 pm:
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    Mr. Doug Brown -

    Well, I read Hegel and Malthus.

    Am not only opposed to amnesty but also immigration.

    Being opposed to immigration does not mean that no other people could legally enter the country. Am in favor of allowing into the Country, people - would be eligible to become citizens - that are highly skilled and talented and who would contribute to maintaining and increasing our GDP.

    With such a policy in force, there would not be a high number of bodies flooding into the Country. Let the unskilled masses stay in their Country of origin as we certainly do not need any increase in welfare recipients.

  12. Patty said on 22 Oct 2010 at 4:01 pm:
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    Just the Facts,

    In this particular case it is entirely possible that this guy was getting welfare and or benefiting from Section 8 housing. He lives in an area known for Section 8.

    If that is the case, you need to be screaming at the Feds.

    Ask them why they give handouts to illegal aliens. Their children benefit from WIC and free meals at school, etc.

  13. Battlecat said on 22 Oct 2010 at 4:40 pm:
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    A two month old baby. Holy God. Aren’t there guys in prison who need to know what this pile of feces did? Other prisoners used to punch the cards of guys who raped and otherwise abused children and babies.

  14. citizenofmanassas said on 22 Oct 2010 at 4:56 pm:
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    Remember, family values doe not stop at the Rio Grande. This is the type of illegal that obama and other illegals supporters like, it appears he has no prior record, so sign him up for Citizenship right now. He’ll make a great addition to the Nation.

  15. Citizen12 said on 22 Oct 2010 at 5:15 pm:
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    Patty said on 22 Oct 2010 at 4:01 pm

    If that is the case, you need to be screaming at the Feds.


    We should be screaming a little closer to home as well. Our local government processes the paper work and they have done a poor job of it due to subversion, rapscallions, the poorly trained and the ill informed.

    TITLE 8 > CHAPTER 14 > SUBCHAPTER II > § 1625
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    § 1625. Authorization for verification of eligibility for State and local public benefits

    A State or political subdivision of a State is authorized to require an applicant for State and local public benefits (as defined in section 1621 (c) of this title) to provide proof of eligibility.

  16. Senator Scott Brown (RINO) said on 22 Oct 2010 at 8:53 pm:
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    My son attends an elementary school in Woodbridge which is about 60% Latino. I know from sports and other activities many of his schoolmate’s parents. I was shocked to learn almost everyone of them is on some form of public assistance and they are all illegal aliens. I honestly thought that was impossible but it is just the opposite. The whole system is screwed up. They receive benefits from the county, state and possibly fed govt as well. When are we going to wake up? We all have this poor child’s blood on our hands because it is our tax money that is attracting scumbags like this to come here and get the free handouts. Politicians love to say we cant possibly deport 12 million immigrants. WE DON’T HAVE TO! Cut off the benefits and make it impossible for them to find work and they will leave.

  17. Patty said on 22 Oct 2010 at 9:35 pm:
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    Citizen 12

    You are correct about the state. I wonder if the Governor will do something about that.

    I’m sure Greg will correct me if I’m wrong but I think part of the Rule of Law resolution was to prohibit county benefits to illegal aliens. I understand that WIC, Section 8 and welfare benefits are administred by the state……or does the admin of some of those benefits fall under local control? I do know that the county is prohibited by the state to ask legal status of pupils……according to Don Richardson.

    My personal opinion is that we should start asking those questions before benefits are handed out. I wonder how many illegal aliens are taking public benefits especially in this state…..tax dollars going down an endless hole.

    I agree with Senator Scott Brown. If we cut all benefits including public education they will leave here in droves.

    If only banks would stop loaning them money….they all would leave.

  18. Doug Brown said on 23 Oct 2010 at 12:23 am:
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    Cynic said:

    “Am in favor of allowing into the Country, people - would be eligible to become citizens - that are highly skilled and talented and who would contribute to maintaining and increasing our GDP.”

    Not to be cynical , but why would those people come here?

    Who is going to screen them? The USCIS? An agency which is engaged in massive hiring fraud, where even the fraud department is crooked?

    I’ll tell you right now some of the best and brightest who came here in the 80s and 90s are leaving.

    Thank you Mr. Wolf and the FBI for doing nothing.

  19. Anonymous said on 23 Oct 2010 at 5:38 am:
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    “He’ll make a great addition to the Nation.”

    This and all other illegal aliens who commit crimes already contribute….by adding to the crime and crime stats of the U.S.A.

    Don’t you love how they tack this on to the tail end of the article….

    “Infants and children under 3 years old are the most frequent victims of child abuse, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
    Last year, 1,760 children in the U.S. died as a result of abuse or neglect. In nearly 70 percent of those cases, a parent was responsible, the agency reports.”

    And if every single one of the perps who killed a child via abuse and/or neglect was an illegal alien foreign national, the U.N. could still point fingers at the U.S. stats as proof of child neglect and abuse happening here at the hands of U.S. citizens.

    It doesn’t matter what agency is compiling these crime stats - the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - The FBI - this perp will be lumped in with and increase the number of domestic crimes committed by white males. His identity as an unauthorized foreign national will vanish.


  20. Freedom said on 23 Oct 2010 at 6:15 am:
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    OK Doug, so you claim that “…some of the best and brightest who came here in the 80s and 90s are leaving.” Is that a bad thing? Is it not to be expected? I don’t believe so — for one thing, that’s freedom. To be even more astute, Doug, you might wish to alert people to the fact that “…some of the best and brightest who came here in the 80s and 90s are STAYING”?

  21. Anonymous said on 23 Oct 2010 at 7:57 am:
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    Obama authorizes additional 80,000 “refugees” to entry country

    President Barack Hussein Obama, in a determination letter to Congress, has announced that he will allow an additional 80,000 immigrants – - mostly from Islamic countries – - to resettle in the United States during fiscal year 2011.

    Mr. Obama says that the increase in Muslim immigrants “is justified by humanitarian concerns or is otherwise in the national interest.”

    The following “goals” for new immigrants has been set as follows:

    Africa ………………………………….15,000
    East Asia …………………………….19,000
    Europe and Central Asia …………2,000
    Latin America/Caribbean………….5,500
    Near East/South Asia…………….35,500
    Unallocated Reserve……………….3,000

    Refugee Resettlement Watch and other organizations have expressed grave concern that Mr. Obama is allowing some many immigrants into the country while so many Americans remain out of work and living in poverty.

    According to the US Department of Labor, 14.8 million Americans remain unemployed. 6.1 million have been out of work for 27 weeks or over.


    “Mr. Obama says that the increase in Muslim immigrants “is justified by humanitarian concerns or is otherwise in the national interest.”

    New Americans dependant on welfare and public assistance who will be coached on minority victimology and vote for dems.

    “…or is otherwise in the national interest.” Nation of Islam, perhaps.

    And just exactly what “national interest” would it serve to bring in all these Muslims to an infidel country? Can you say Jihad? I knew you could. Nation of Islam interests, perhaps.

    Ever notice how no one in government ever asks citizens what immigration policy should be, how many people from what countries ought to be allowed in under what conditions, do you notice no one in government ever ask anyone outside of government?

    Do you notice no one in government ever attempts to explain their policy, what it is even, much less why it is good for the citizen or “national interests”? You can’t even get firm numbers on how many people are allowed into the country in a given year, how many residence visas, things that ought to be public information seem to be buried in some kind of double-book accounting system.

    Immigration should always, first, foremost, always, serve the interests of the citizen. The numbers allowed in should be public and should be explainable and should be chosen based on the interest of the citizen. In a democracy, (yes, I know we’re a republic, but the point remains), in a democracy you share power with your neighbors. But not with just anyone; citizenship laws are our way of defining with whom we agree to share power. We don’t agree to be ruled by just anyone, we define who gets to come here and who gets to share in the vote, and who gets a say in how things are to be run. O can say it however he wants, but in allowing people in without our consent he is stealing our sovereignty. Again. He is counterfeiting citizenship. He is giving away what isn’t his to give.

    He is doing to citizenship what he’s doing to the dollar. Devaluing it to the point of collapse.

  22. Just the Facts said on 23 Oct 2010 at 9:22 am:
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    Patty –

    You make a good point about the possibility that the scum who assaulted a baby receives public benefits rather than works, and that’s entirely possible. We don’t know, however. My point is that citizens should not tolerate the presence of employers in our community who facilitate people like him or Morales finding employment here and dwelling among us.

    I supported what John Stirrup tried to do with PWC’s Rule of Law resolution in trying to deny public, taxpayer-provided benefits to illegals, and to make arresting and deporting illegals easier. Two factors made the Resolution less effective than we had hoped, however. First, the process was hijacked in furtherance of personal political ambitions by other(s), which created a national spectacle that made doing something effective problematic. This development gave those opposed the Resolution, such as Chief Deane, a stronger hand in watering it down and weakening it.

    Second, the bureaucrats came back saying that we could deny virtually no public benefits to illegals, and in many ways they were correct. In particular, the Supreme Court has ruled that jurisdictions cannot deny public education to illegals, and education is the costliest of all public services illegals consume.

    I still have a tremendous amount of admiration for John Stirrup. I like Mike May also, but John is the only Supervisor who consistently and forcefully advocates on our behalf on illegal immigration, fiscal/spending issues, and land use. I wish very much that all of these matters would be directed by his temperate, well-considered, and informed leadership.

    In the absence of effective legal enforcement and our inability to deny most public services to illegals, we’re left with addressing the root cause of the problem, which is illegal employment. We have numerous tools available to us to deal with this problem, as I have written in other posts on BVBL. Arizona has led the way. We should follow their lead consistently, and not just cherry pick a few items from SB 1070 with which the Chamber of Commerce has no problems.

    Cracking down on illegal employers would solve the problem once and for all because the vast majority of illegals come here for work. Eliminate those jobs, and illegal immigration would virtually dry up and many illegals here now would self-deport.

    As I have also written on BVBL, making any headway on cracking down on illegal employment will be very difficult because politicians (I’ll not mention any names but you know what I mean) who profess to be champions of the illegal immigration cause have made themselves dependent on campaign financing from the very perpetrators and beneficiaries of illegal employment (immigration). All we get are sound bite proposals that are not threatening to campaign contributors in the illegal employer community and that have no chance of improving the illegal immigration problem at the ground level, where you and I live.

  23. Cynic said on 23 Oct 2010 at 11:36 am:
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    Doug Brown,

    For the highly skilled and talented:
    Well, they do come and they do leave. Would not solicit them to come here or for those obeying our laws would not do anything to make them want to leave.

    As for the fraud in the various government entities, that’s the reality associated with and related to organizations. Been that way ever since humans developed and instituted governments some 5,300 years ago. And, that will never change as long as humans exist - whether here on Earth or sometime in the future in some other place in the universe.

  24. Doug Brown said on 23 Oct 2010 at 4:26 pm:
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    Astute? The fact that people are coming and going is not necessarily a sign of freedom. The sun rises and the grass grows, so what?

    Try sticking to the point of my question to Cynic. Who and what system is in place to monitor the H1B visa types? Do you know? I suspect you don’t.

    The immigration system for monitoring the coming and goings of people into and out of the US is thoroughly corrupt. We do not even monitor who the monitors are, the hiring process for the USCIS is so riddle with fraud and corruption that no one in DC including our intrepid Congressman Frank Wolf and former Marine and prosecutor, FBI Director Mueller is willing to confront the issue.

    We can focus on the border, the employers of illegal aliens, we can focus on all the people and factors that contribute to the disaster which is the US immigration system, but if we don’t fix the Agency which is first and foremost responsible for legal immigration into this country, USCIS, then everything else is a waste of time.

    The reason why some of the best and brightest are leaving right now is that they have seen this show before in the Soviet Union and Eastern bloc. Corruption within a society simply becomes too rampant and overwhelming to deal with on a day to day basis. People hide and are afraid to speak and deal openly with their fellow citizens, they become, well anonymous posters on blog sites.

    In a corrupt society, teetering on the brink of collapse, transparency and openness are some of the first causalities. Cowards and scoundrels flourish. Honest, hardworking people, average citizens are worn down and pummeled. Some stand up and fight back, some become cynical and revel in their own surrender to: “that’s just the way things are”.

  25. Cynic said on 23 Oct 2010 at 6:43 pm:
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    Doug Brown,

    1. Just where are these “best and brightest” going when they leave the USA?

    2. So, what are your recommendations for saving the USA?

  26. Doug Brown said on 24 Oct 2010 at 12:09 am:
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    Cynic asked:

    “1. Just where are these “best and brightest” going when they leave the USA?”

    Where ever they ‘think’ they can find a better opportunity and appreciation for exercising their God given talents.

    Canada, Australia, China, the Czech Republic, Switzerland are just a few of the places I’ve heard people discuss or go off to, the point being that America is no longer one of the first places the best and the brightest look to as the land of opportunity.

    “2. So, what are your recommendations for saving the USA?”

    Sign your name to your posts. It starts with you.

  27. Cynic said on 24 Oct 2010 at 11:49 am:
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    “2. So, what are your recommendations for saving the USA?

    Sign your name to your posts. It starts with you.”

    That’s not an answer, it is an evasion.


  28. Doug Brown said on 24 Oct 2010 at 2:42 pm:
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    And the first name?


  29. Daniela said on 24 Oct 2010 at 6:45 pm:
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    I am hispanic…and I fully agree with you. I love your blogs.

  30. Cynic said on 24 Oct 2010 at 7:46 pm:
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    So, you can’t you come up with a few of your smart — solutions to save the human race and the world. Darn, I was counting on you!

    By inferences, you are saying that if all those posting on this blog would sign their names to their posts the problems of the world would be solved. Wow, you really are a genius.

    And Doug Brown is your real name - LOL! A more fitting name would be: Wannabe Con Man.

  31. Patty said on 24 Oct 2010 at 8:35 pm:
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    I do know of a solution to save the human race and the world. I’m not being sarcastic. I’m being sincere.

    The solution: Jesus Christ John 3:16

    After all, today is Sunday.

    God does love each one of you!

  32. Cynic said on 24 Oct 2010 at 11:12 pm:
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    Thank you Patty.

  33. Doug Brown said on 24 Oct 2010 at 11:16 pm:
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    You’re a coward. Now you’re hiding behind other posters. Why someone chooses to post under another name on this site is their own business, I’m sure there are legit reasons for doing so now and then. Some of the names are quite clever and amusing at times, yours is neither.

    In fact, by choosing “Cynic” you pretty much tag yourself as someone who’s not going to contribute a lot to a constructive or intelligent discussion of an issue. Really, why would anyone take seriously a request from a CYNIC for proposals to ‘save the USA or the World?’

    Even your attempt to rephrase, redefine the issue I was discussing was rather lame and a sad spectacle of a mind with a limited range. You’re like that person in Church who thinks that because they are singing louder than everyone else, combined, in the congregation, you’re really showing everybody else up. Nope, it just makes you LOUD, a loud coward.

  34. Cynic said on 25 Oct 2010 at 9:42 am:
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    Dougie boy -

    I could care less what you think of me or my Cynic tag. I certainly did not select it to please a wannabe con man. And, I do not sing - in or out of church.

    Contribute - So what, there are no laws that say one must contribute. But, you try so hard and fail so miserably. I am sure you are dazzled by your own perceived brilliancy.

    China - Bet they are overwhelmed with applications for entrance to that paradise.

    Hiding - I would never hide from you. Want to meet some place where we can have a face to face discussion? Then we will see who the coward is?

  35. Robert L. Duecaster said on 25 Oct 2010 at 9:44 am:
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    I’d like to know when this particular illegal alien arrived in our country and took up residence in our county. Two bucks to a hole in a donut says Jorge W. Bush was President and Frank Wolf was Congressman for the district.

    When human feces like these are apprehended, does anyone in law enforcement ever do an investigation into who this guy worked for in the past? That information should be made public.

  36. Doug Brown said on 25 Oct 2010 at 1:12 pm:
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    I can meet you at your work, where exactly is the lingerie section in Macy’s?

    You don’t even have the courage to post your own name when you try to call someone out. Pitiful. What are you going do? Wear a paper bag over your head with holes cut out when we meet to have our discussion?

  37. Doug Brown said on 25 Oct 2010 at 3:14 pm:
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    Not for Cynic,


    “Contribute - So what, there are no laws that say one must contribute.”

    -The Cynic

  38. Dave in PWC said on 25 Oct 2010 at 9:12 pm:
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    Anyone know how the baby is doing? Haven’t seen or heard a thing about the baby.

  39. Cynic said on 27 Oct 2010 at 12:51 am:
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    Dougie boy,

    No way would I ever give out any personal information on a website or blog. You want to do it - that’s great.

    Meeting - Am flexible. But, not at your place of work. But then do pimps really have a place of work?

  40. Doug Brown said on 27 Oct 2010 at 5:57 am:
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    There’s no place to hide on the web. You’re a fool as well as a cynic.

  41. Cynic said on 27 Oct 2010 at 10:28 am:
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    Yeah, I know. Would bet that there are many Doug Browns listed and if I looked I would have no idea which one your are nor would I or do I care because you are a nobody who think they are a somebody.

    5:57 am
    The only time I get up at that unGodly hour is to go hunting or fishing.

  42. Doug Brown said on 27 Oct 2010 at 12:37 pm:
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    No Cynic, there is not that many, unfortunately for you.

    You see Cynic, I now own you. If we put it in the terms in which YOU think, I guess that would make you one of my girls.

    I have no interest in knowing who you are from a legal or evidentiary point of view, or to make any attempt to discover who you are.

    You on the other hand have all kinds of new problems.

    You know when the Soviet Union collapsed one of the most common mistakes old Sovs made was that they thought Freedom gave them the freedom to be stupid, that didn’t work out to well for too many that made that mistake. The web has created a similar sort of anarchy for those with limited mental capacity such as you.

    Limited or diminished mental capacity often translates into restrictions on such things as operating heavy machinery, owning firearms, operating motor boats, baiting your own hook, banging at a keyboard.

    One move left Cynic, and that might not even get you a draw at this point, but at least you’ll be able to say you manned up, you can lose the pumps and the skirt, and you can stop making a spectacle yourself under the BVBL street light.

  43. Cynic said on 27 Oct 2010 at 11:32 pm:
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    DB, what you need is professional treatment to rid yourself of your illusions.

    Heavy machinery - what would you know about operating heavy machinery. Riding that little tricycle of yours in circles doesn’t qualify you as a heavy machinery operator. Good thing one of your devoted girls is always with you to guide you so you do not bike out into the street where you might snarl traffic.

  44. Doug Brown said on 28 Oct 2010 at 8:20 am:
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    I think it’s time to move you to another thread. You’re sounding and looking a little old in the tooth. I do want to congratulate you on doing cowards everywhere proud. Way to strut your stuff.

  45. Cynic said on 28 Oct 2010 at 10:39 am:
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    DB, you the “thread mover” now? Good move. It sure beats your previous line of work. Do you think your girls will miss you?

  46. Doug Brown said on 28 Oct 2010 at 12:58 pm:
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    Before you go, how long have you’ve been anonymously defending USCIS online?

  47. Cynic said on 28 Oct 2010 at 4:38 pm:
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    First, why do you want to know?
    Second, proved that I defended them?

  48. Doug Brown said on 28 Oct 2010 at 6:23 pm:
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    First, I’ve been following USCIS for several years and I have found that both employees and some of their contractors will follow and post on sites that focus on immigration, especially the ones which are critical of their ‘work product.’

    And, keeping just to this thread, because I hope we both have better things to do with our time than remember what either of us post on other threads, it appears that it was my post critical of USCIS which set you off.

    So having worked with the whistle-blowers that Numbers USA worked with, before Numbers USA worked with them and afterwards, I’m just naturally curious whether you’re just the the simple idiot you come off as, or whether you have another agenda?

  49. Cynic said on 28 Oct 2010 at 10:04 pm:
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    Just keep being curious!

    As one who has attended both FAIR and Numbers meetings, maybe I’ll see you there!

  50. Doug Brown said on 28 Oct 2010 at 11:25 pm:
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    Good next time you see the FAIR and Numbers people see if they know where Mike Maxwell was a police chief?

    You can also tell Numbers that the whistle-blowers are still waiting to get their personal information back. And did they ever have a release to share all that information, e.g. SSN etc., with all those staffers and Congressmen?

    I feel sorry for some of the Republican congressmen because I think they were snookered, whether that was by Numbers, Maxwell, the old boys network at USCIS, or someone else in the Bushie WH that was the FBI’s responsibility to find out. I know this for a fact, the whistle-blowers wanted to testify before Congress and thought they were scheduled. Furthermore, the retaliation that the known whistle-blowers subsequently experienced pushed some of the secret whistle-blowers back into the slime pit of the USCIS.

    On the other hand, once the whistle-blowers contacted certain Congressmen (Republican and Democrat) directedly they really should have given them the opportunity to speak to Congress directly in hearings. (See Frank Wolf’s letter to AG Holder for some of the relevant laws.)

    And if Frank Wolf is your Congressman, you can ask him why he wanted to give Mike Maxwell a lie detector and then backed off? Oh yes, also ask him whatever happened to that investigation by Asst Director Perkins related to the failure of the KC FBI to investigate the rampant fraud in hiring practices out at the NBC and NRC in Missouri.

    If Frank had been a little bit more on the ball maybe we wouldn’t be having Somalis (just one example) being imported to vote in key Democratic districts. And yes, they live very well on SS payouts (3x what the average American gets) plus other great freebies medical treatment, transportation, and housing. And if Frank had been a little bit more on the ball, maybe USCIS wouldn’t be handing out community grants to organizations which are servicing illegals as well as legal immigrants, like 100k they just gave to Hogar for all the great work they do in our community. Of course, as a cynic you probably get a little rush out of that last one, i.e. get a nun killed and get a 100k, now that is bureaucracy only a cynic could love.

  51. Cynic said on 29 Oct 2010 at 9:06 am:
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    I have to admit I have no idea from where you are coming.

    I am not a Virginia resident. But, as far as I am concerned Van Hollen is worse than Wolf - must we denigrate the noble Wolf!

    You are enumerating all that corruption stuff. Am well aware of the corruption, double dealings, and lack of loyalty involved when dealing with politicians and special interest groups. In fact it was Numbers who exposed the hypocrisies of the Sierra Club. And, as you indicate Numbers may have swept some things under the rug and seems to be engaged in other irregularities - which does not surprise me.

    Want to read your last post in its entirety which I will do later, but right now I have to leave to meet my friends - of which none are Cynics - for breakfast at a local restaurant.

  52. Doug Brown said on 29 Oct 2010 at 10:37 am:
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    Well we agree that Van Hollen is worse than Wolf. Furthermore, Mike Maxwell told me that he had close ties to Van Hollen. Another little red flag concerning Maxwell.

    As for Wolf, voted for him many times, but not the last time and not this time. He fronted me off with USCIS, he later attempted to pull it back in another correspondence he wrote to USCIS, but that was a little late. He’s grown incredibily arrogant and incapable of even understanding where he may have gone wrong thru the years. He’s a created a monster in the FBI, that is now incapable of doing its primary job: Federal Law Enforcement. His proposal for a new 9/11 Commission left me laughing in disgust.

    The corruption in hiring practices in the Federal government is not just same old, same old. The number of points of failure within the Federal Government have increased exponentially by such simple things as OPM not requiring transcripts be sent from the schools the applicant/hiree claims to have attended. (If that has changed recently, it is because of the whistle-blowers I have worked with pointing it out.)

    The corruption in hiring in the USCIS is a huge issue, some of which Numbers helped to bring to public attention, but how effective or credible is an organization that brings an issue to public attention only to have those very same people implicated in the corruption promoted? Making matters worse, the same people are given even more power within an increasingly extended and amorphous Federal bureaucracy that is now required as every Federal bureaucrat chants the mantra : “share” “share” “share.” Do you realize how dangerous such people are to the rest of the Federal bureaucracy and supporting contractor world, not to mention the danger and harm they represent to the American people? Numbers really screwed up, but they made a lot of money.

  53. Anonymous said on 8 Nov 2010 at 2:58 pm:
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    MANASSAS, Va. —
    A 2-month old baby boy hospitalized since October with serious head injuries died Saturday, police said.

    The infant’s father, 25-year-old Henry Lusvin Morales of Daisy Court near Manassas, has been jailed since Oct. 17 on charges of felony child abuse and aggravated malicious wounding.

    Prosecutors on Monday did not immediately return a call to ask if the charges would be upgraded.

    Morales is an illegal immigrant and county police have notified U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Perok said.

    Police were called to the Morales home about 8:40 p.m. on Oct. 17 for a report of an infant not breathing. Doctors found that Dominick Morales was suffering critical head and internal injuries, Perok said.

    Infants and children under 3 years old are the most frequent victims of child abuse, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

    Last year, 1,760 children in the U.S. died as a result of abuse or neglect. In nearly 70 percent of those cases, a parent was responsible, the agency reports.

    Morales is being held at the Prince William-Manassas regional jail without bond, and on a detainer from ICE, a jail spokeswoman said.


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